Anita Moncrief became politically famous is 2008 when she “blew the whistle” on the corrupt and infamous group ACORN.
Ms. Moncrief has become involved in a variety of Conservative Movements and is now the national spokesperson for American Majority. After covering in person the Harris County (Houston) Dem voter fraud debacle in Election 2010 Ms. Moncrief has formed a Tea Party in Houston called The Crispus Attucks Tea Party. From an email I received from her:
I wanted to introduce you to the new Tea Party group I started in Texas along with local black conservatives. We are based in a former ACORN neighborhood represented by Sheila Jackson Lee. We have been meeting/planning since late November, and our inaugural meeting is January 18th. The path has not been easy, and though we have been shut out of black churches and community centers, we managed to find a place literally two blocks from Sheila Jackson Lee’s home. She is of course invited.
FYI Rep. Jackson Lee was one of the “problem makers” during Election 2010 when she showed up at a polling place in violation of regulations.
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